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Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://constitutionnetwork.com

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The R1 series has been a hit for Remington, and now the company is offering a version that should be a top choice for anyone looking to carry a 1911. Weighing in at a svelte 28 ounces thanks to an aluminum full-size frame, the gun sports a 3.5-inch stainless bull barrel and bobtail for an easily concealable pistol. Sights are tritium front and rear, and G10 grips pair with a checkered frontstrap for excellent control.
 

Left Declares War on 2A- Again
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The right to keep and bear arms is once again under attack. While many on the political left would love to revoke that right, it would be difficult for a state to outright ban guns altogether without any legal ramifications. Or would it? In recent months, top Democrats, media personalities, and far-left groups have progressively advanced the idea of imposing gun control that many argue would grossly infringe on the Second Amendment. The U.S. Constitution guarantees all citizens the right to bear arms. It does not mention a single word about only some firearms, bullets, or magazines being legal for citizens.
 

Melt Thy Rifles Into Garden Tools
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The venerable art of blacksmithing is not generally considered to be a radical act. But for Michael Martin, a 36-year-old Mennonite from Colorado Springs, the malleability of glowing metal from a forge’s inferno makes it the perfect vehicle for addressing gun violence. Mr. Martin, a former youth pastor, was inspired to learn blacksmithing after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in 2012, in which a deranged young man with an AR-15 assault rifle killed 20 children and six educators.
 

Is Europe Grasping for Gun Rights?
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In July, I spent the better part of two weeks crisscrossing Western Europe, visiting nearly a dozen countries. Sounds like fun, doesn’t it? Sipping cappuccino on the Champs Elysees, tossing coins into the Trevi Fountain, taking selfies of me propping up the Leaning Tower of Pisa—that’s the trip of a lifetime! Yeah, well … first of all, that’s not my idea of a vacation. My “trip of a lifetime” would be a month to putter around my farm in West Virginia with a massive power outage so nobody could call me.
 

IA: Sioux City Advances Ordinance Banning Toy Firearms
Submitted by: David Williamson
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City officials in northwest Iowa are considering banning people from carrying some forms of "toy" firearms, which police say are becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish from real guns.
 

Student Columnist Addresses Danger of Gun-Free Zones
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Michael Jones of Auburn University voiced his opinion in a column for The Plainsman, the student newspaper affiliated with Auburn. Jones tells OneNewsNow that the university has not had an incident involving an armed gunman, but he says Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh had not had one either until last month's deadly shooting.
 

Outdoor Files: Hunting and Deer Safety
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Hunting statistically remains one of the safest activities out there, according to Ralph Wall, with Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. To keep it that way, Wall has some advice ahead of Nebraska’s nine-day firearm deer season, which begins Saturday the 10th and runs through Sunday the 18th.
 

SABER M700 Sport-TAC Takes on Montana Big Game Hunting
Submitted by: David Williamson
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We try and take advantage of any opportunity to get APO equipment out into the field for real-world feedback from novice and experienced users alike. We are committed to improving our products in an earnest effort to improve our customers' experiences on the shooting range or in the field hunting. This hunting season we wanted to get the SABER M700 Sport-TAC, Ashbury’s version of a Modern Sporting Rifle, into the hands of an experienced big game hunter to see how APO’s purpose-built sport utility rifle performs in the wild!
 

MI: Buck Pole Event To Help Kick Off Firearm Deer Hunting Season
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The Orangecoat Round-up in Grayling – an event that will give hunters an opportunity to win cash prizes and display their deer at the buck pole at Skip’s Sport Shop – will be held on the first two days of firearm deer hunting season, November 15 and 16, next week. To participate in the buck pole event, hunters must have an Orangecoat Round-up button. Buttons are available at Skip’s Sport Shop, located on M-72 West. Cost is $3 apiece.
 

WA: Early Results Show Sweeping Gun Control Legislation I-1639 Passing
Submitted by: David Williamson
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If there’s one issue that’s been at the forefront of voter minds this election season, it’s gun control. Multiple school shootings have had the country on edge, with some calling for tighter restrictions on gun ownership, and others still arguing that it’s more important now than ever that the 2nd Amendment be observed.
 

WA: 87-year-old Woman Killed Her Granddaughter in Self- Defense, Says Attorney
Submitted by: David Williamson
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Yakima police say an 87-year-old woman fatally her shot her granddaughter in a North Third Street apartment early Monday.
A Yakima County Superior Court judge ordered Wanda Lee Roberts, 87, held in lieu of $50,000 bail on suspicion of second-degree murder in the death of Tiffany LeAnne Roberts, 34. Wanda Roberts appeared in court in a jail uniform, slowly walking to the bench and only speaking to answer Judge Gayle Harthcock’s questions about whether she understood her rights and if she needed a public defender.
 

Midterms and Gun Control: NRA Candidates Ratings for Tight Races
Submitted by: David Williamson
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As Americans head to the polls on Tuesday, some key races feature candidates that have extremely different views when it comes to Americans’ Second Amendment rights. The National Rifle Association’s (NRA) spending is down 68 percent this year when compared with the 2014 midterm cycle, according to The Washington Post, as a number of mass shootings have brought gun control more prominently into the national discourse. Pro-gun control groups, however, spent the most this election cycle than any since 2010.
 

Michelle Goldberg: People on The Left are Packing Heat, Too
Submitted by: David Williamson
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When I met Oso, a trash collector from rural Georgia in his late 30s, he was wearing dark shades and a black T-shirt with a silhouette of an assault rifle and the words “Piece Now.” A tall and burly white man, he had a sleeve of tattoos on one arm, stubble on his shaved head and a bushy gray beard. He looked, at first glance, like the sort of intimidating figure who’d fit in at a far-right rally.
 

Seattle Center Homicide Has Lessons Liberals Refuse to Hear
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A fatal stabbing at the Seattle Center last Friday has some lessons for anti-gunners across the country that they don’t want to hear. One reason may be that the suspect, identified as David Lee Morris, was held at bay for several minutes by a legally-armed citizen until police arrived and subdued him. According to the Washington State Department of Licensing, there are now 602,282 active concealed pistol licenses in the state. That’s a new record, and it reflects a growing public interest in self-protection and personal responsibility.
 

WA: Bloomberg Supported Initiative 1639 Threatens Second Amendment
Submitted by: David Williamson
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In all the fight over the United States Senate, governorships, and control over the United States House of Representatives, there is another threat that has been looming under the radar. That threat is I-1639 in Washington state. Given the realities of the political landscape in that state, this measure is likely to pass.
 

WA: Washington City Ends Gun Sales by Police after AP probe
Submitted by: David Williamson
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The City Council in Spokane, Washington, has passed an ordinance prohibiting police from selling confiscated firearms, citing an Associated Press investigation that found that some guns sold by law enforcement were used in new crimes. “Disposing of long guns and assault rifles is a sensible approach,” Councilwoman Candace Mumm told The Associated Press in an email after the 6-1 vote on Monday night. “Instead of spending time recycling weapons, our police staff can get back to the primary mission of solving crimes and protecting the public.”
 

MO: Live Mural on ‘Guns in America’ Invokes Wide Range of Opinions
Submitted by: David Williamson
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For one night only, the "Guns in America" art exhibit was on display at the Regional Arts Commission. The live mural created by TIME Magazine and artist JR features 245 individuals with different stories and ideas to contribute to the gun debate. The event Monday night (Nov. 5) drew activists against gun violence, supporters of the Second Amendment, and those somewhere in between.
 

Firearms, Violence and Hate Crimes are Public Health Issues We Must Address Immediately
Submitted by: David Williamson
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A gunman opening fire in a grocery store, a yoga studio, or in a house of worship sounds like a scene from a nightmare — and the latter is eerily reminiscent of one of history’s darkest hours. Unfortunately, this is a reality that has become all too familiar across the U.S. From Pittsburgh, Aurora, Parkland, Orlando, Las Vegas, Newtown and South Carolina, it is clear that firearms violence has become a public health epidemic in America.
 

A Rare Sight in Northwets Montana: Caribou
Submitted by: williada44@hotmail.com
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Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks regional staff have received reports of a rare sight in northwest Montana: caribou. Residents have recently documented sightings of woodland caribou near the U.S.-Canada border. The sightings include the potential for a bull and a cow in separate locations. Caribou, members of the deer family, are native to northwest Montana but have almost completely disappeared from the contiguous United States over the last half century, according to a press release from Fish and Wildlife.
 

 QUOTES TO REMEMBER
Thanks to the government’s past record, it is unfortunately very predictable that, in spite of the severe penalties mandated, tens of thousands of people will not comply at all (with Bill C-68). A new class of criminal will be created among harmless citizens whose previous lawbreaking may have resulted in nothing more than parking tickets. — Lee Morrison, Canadian Mounted Police

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